"La Republique de Port-au-Prince", an exhibition of 15 large-scale photographs of the transformation of Haiti's capital by the 2010 earthquake will be showing at the Nikolas Rukaj Gallery in Toronto, Canada during hte Contact Photography Festival of 2019.  The show will be up from the 9th to the 30 of May 2019. For location and details click here: Nikolas Rukaj Gallery or here: CONTACT

There are currently three complete exhibitions available. 

La République de Port-au-Prince

This 16 image exhibit on the city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital, spans the years 2005 to 2017. 24"x36" and 24X42" images framed under glass. 

SREBRENICA: the absence

This 22 images exhibit is  framed in glass and metal and ready for shipping in heavy duty museum cases. 

The average size of the frames is approximately 32"X48" Several images are larger panoramic formats.

The images on Srebrenica this site in the Essays section closely resemble the content of the exhibition. It covers the history of the worst war crime in Europe since the end of the Second World War.

Roger LeMoyne: 20 years, 20 pictures

This 20 image exhibit is a mid-career retrospective focussing on major news stories. The collection is printed directly onto sintra, a heavy-duty sheet of PVC that is weather resistant. 


Sportsnet Magazine - Little League Baseball in Haiti

Walrus Magazine - Ringmasters: Circus Arts in Montreal

National Magazine Awards interview 2012

Alexia Foundation interview 2012

Haiti Midwives multi-media 2009 (youtube)

Walrus Magazine - The Return of Gold Fever


La Vague-- Zoom Photo Festival

The Tyee Q&A


"Details Obscurs" published 2005 by les 400 Coups in 2005

 review by Michael Massman

 A retrospective of the work of Roger Lemoyne published by Les 400 Coups, Details obscurs brings together 52 of his most eloquent images from many of the world’s troubled regions. Although lyrical and touching, the black and white photographs in this book are not necessarily coffee-table fare. The subject is modern warfare and Lemoyne, who has documented the turmoil in Rwanda, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sierra Leone, Israel and Palestine among others, vividly captures all its horror. In his distinguished tenure as a photojournalist Roger Lemoyne has always tried to show the intimate and human side of the conflict; the everyday lives of people who are not the subject of mainstream news stories, who in their marginalization are nearly invisible and whose lives have been entirely destroyed by these conflicts. In the spirit of the journalist and traveler Lemoyne says, “It comforts me to think that my photographs can contribute to our collective understanding of what transpires in other parts of the world.”


Détails obscurs

Photographie: Roger Lemoyne

Le photoreporter Roger Lemoyne a couvert bien des conflits depuis 15 ans. Balkans, Israël, Somalie, Zaïre, Afghanistan, Irak... Son travail s'est étendu à plus de 30 pays. Avec toujours le même souci : faire comprendre l'immense détresse des victimes des guerres... et la peur aussi ! Ses photos, échos de la brutalité de toutes les guerres, sont aussi une manifestation de la dignité humaine et de l'irréductible espoir.

Child Soldiers

Edited by Leora Kahn. PowerHouse, $45 (120p) ISBN 9781576874554

Activist and editor Kahn (Darfur: Twenty Years of War and Genocide in Sudan) has compiled a powerful illustrated volume documenting the lives of child soldiers, who currently number up to 300,000 worldwide―in places including Iraq, Afghanistan, the Philippines, Columbia, across Africa and in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Their stories are told through six brief essays and more than 60 unforgettable photographs (from almost three dozen photographers), reproduced in large, high-quality images that record clearly the faces of children standing guard, marching or resting, laden with gear and weapons. Their expressions are haunting, whether fearful, triumphant, proud or dazed. In one of six essays, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, makes it clear what's at stake: "terrorizing and abducting young children, putting them through brutal rites of initiation, and forcing them to kill community members, sometimes even family members, or be executed." Jo Becker of Human Rights Watch explains how others "join out of desperation"; after poverty or war drives them from their homes, many children "perceive armed groups as their best chance for survival―or simply a guarantee of at least one meal per day." Activists and politicians should take note of this devastating volume. 65 color and b&w photos. (Nov.)


“Eyes on the World” published spring 2006 by the Alexia Foundation.  A collection of photographs produced by Alexia Grant winners, including Roger Lemoyne, Jan Dago and Francesco Zizola.